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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bible. N.T. English (Scotland). 1901.
New Testament in Scots.
Edinburgh ; London : Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and Sons, 1901-05
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Murdoch Nisbet; Thomas Graves Law; Joseph Hall; John Purvey; John Wycliffe; Martin Luther; William Tyndale
|Notes:||"Works quoted in the notes": v. 1, p. [xxxvi]-xxxvii; v. 2, p. [viii]-ix; v. 3, p. [ix]-xi.
A portion of v. 2, and the whole of v. 3 were edited by Joseph Hall, who revised the text throughout.
|Description:||3 v. : front. (fold. col. facsim.) ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1. Introduction. Prologe to the New Testament [tr. from Luther] Summe of the four Evangelists. Summe of the Actes [etc.] Matthew. Mark. Luke.--v. 2. John [to] Hebrues.--v. 3. Actes [to] Apocalipsis. Epistles of the Auld Testament quhilk as red in the kyrk aponne certane dayes. Proloue to the Epistile to the Romanis [from Tyndale] Dumme of the Epistille to the Romanis [etc.] Index of words.|
|Series Title:||Scot. Text S., 46, 49, 52.|
|Responsibility:||being Purvey's revision of Wycliffe's version turned into Scots by Murdoch Nisbet c. 1520; edited from the unique ms. in the possession of Lord Amherst of Hackney, by Thomas Graves Law.|